British Beaches : Guidebook lists best resort and rural sands with descriptions of their arcades, nightlife, scenery, watersports, and activities
Over fifty percent of people enjoy at least one day a year beside the seaside - because it offers everything from a fun-packed time with the family to a place to escape the hustle and bustle of life.
And to help them make an informed choice about which beach to go to, EnCams has teamed-up with Visit Britain to produce a book listing Britain's best resort and rural sands - and what they have on offer.
"Had we written this guide a decade ago, we would have really struggled to recommend anywhere - such was the state of our coastline" said Alan Woods of EnCams. "But the stinging criticism aimed at many beach managers and water companies, has made them sit up and invest heavily in improvements. Some towns have even tried to re-define their image, moving away from the candy floss and kiss-me-quick cliches and pitching themselves as places where everyone can enjoy a quality day out."
The beach-users survey questioned 1000 people - breaking them into seven groups. These were:
Britain's Blue Flag Beaches guide was launched on April 1st with Trafalgar Square turned into an outdoor beach.
EnCams helps to improve local environments.
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